I was half-asleep around 3 am sometime last week when my half-crunked channel-surfing haze crashed hard on something called AMTV, the "former" music network's overnight block of (*gasp!*) music videos. I think it was showing an AVICII video, so I sat there staring blankly at it, then I watched something else dance-related that I didn't recognize.
It's that time of year again. SXSW is ready to rock and roll, and once again, the Phoenix is all over it. In addition to our latest online tour diaries, detailing Liz Pelly's trek to Texas with Quilt and P. Nick Curran's road escapades in You Can Be A Wesley, we're sending eight writers and photogs to Austin next week to capture everything that happens.
Jonesin' to hear the sure-to-be-top-shelf new jams off BAD RABBITS upcoming American Love EP? Then the Family Culture party tomorrow night at the Good Life has you covered, as DJ Ask A Black Dude -- the Rabbits' own Salim Akram -- promises to drop into his set a taste of the band's new record, already tabbed as one of 2012's most-anticipated releases, Boston and beyond.